Daniel Black named resident conductor 1

Daniel Black named resident conductor

We are thrilled to announce that Daniel Black is our new resident conductor, our first in more than a decade. He conducts, composes and – new skill! – makes virtual orchestra videos during pandemics. Congratulations, Dan!

Concerts will follow CDC guidelines for masks, distancing 3

Concerts will follow CDC guidelines for masks, distancing

Since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in March, nothing has been more important than the health and safety of our […]

We are making changes to our fall season to maximize safety 5

We are making changes to our fall season to maximize safety

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, you must be wondering about the orchestra’s plan to return in the fall. President & CEO Mark Cantrell gives an update on changes in the works. Today on the TFO Blog.

‘We will bring you music any way we can’ 7

‘We will bring you music any way we can’

“We will bring you music any way we can.” TFO President & CEO Mark Cantrell shares what we know so far about TFO’s fall season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Today on the TFO Blog.

TFO posts 100 free videos in TFO at Home series 9

TFO posts 100 free videos in TFO at Home series

We’ve hit 100 videos! That’s how many performance and education videos we’ve posted in our TFO at Home series since mid-March, when we vowed to keep the music going. All free.

Suffrage song gets new life through technology 11

Suffrage song gets new life through technology

Conductor and composer Daniel Black found inspiration in his great-grandmother, a prominent suffragette in Wisconsin in the early 20th century, for his arrangement of Daughters of Freedom. Learn more about how the video was created, today on the blog.

Remembering famed composer Penderecki, TFO’s first-ever guest conductor 15

Remembering famed composer Penderecki, TFO’s first-ever guest conductor

Kurt Loft remembers famed composer Krzysztof Penderecki. Not for his movie music, but as TFO’s first-ever guest conductor. Kurt takes us back to 1985.

TFO to air Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons live recording on WSMR 17

TFO to air Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons live recording on WSMR

Bummed that Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons got canceled this week? Good news: You can hear it Thursday in a free live recording by The Florida Orchestra and Jeffrey Multer from 2012. Get details and the full WSMR radio broadcast schedule on the TFO Blog.

Our gift to you: Florida Orchestra recordings on the radio 19

Our gift to you: Florida Orchestra recordings on the radio

We can’t sit together in a concert hall right now because of the coronavirus, but we still found a way to listen to TFO together. We start live concert recordings on WSMR radio on March 26. Find out more today on the TFO Blog.